50 - saying ms bueno, you say mejor . Insead of menos...

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In both languages, there are some comparison words that are formulated irregularly. A good example  is the adjective  good.  If it followed normal rules, you would say “gooder,” and little kids do this before  they learn it's irregular. The adjectives in the following list have irregular comparatives. Instead of 
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Unformatted text preview: saying ms bueno, you say mejor . Insead of menos bueno, you say peor . good = bueno better = mejor bad = malo worse = peor big = grande older = mayor (when referring to age) little = pequeo younger= menor (when referring to age) old = viejo older = mayor young = joven younger = menor...
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